Neutrogena Hydro Boost Water Gel isn't terrible; in fact, it has a nice, light formula that does an excellent job of maintaining skin moisture. However, it's hard for me to fully endorse this product when there are alternatives with superior ingredients and lower prices. Although Neutrogena Hydro Boost Water Gel Moisturizer's long-term effects on your skin's hydration level and texture are why the company recommends using it for up to three months, I don't think a single tub will last you that long.
Slather on the sunscreen liberally 30 minutes before heading outside. An ounce (or 30 grammes) should be enough to coat your entire body. Sunscreen should be reapplied after swimming, towel drying, heavy perspiring, or rubbing off. Repeat applying sunscreen every two hours if you plan on being outside for a while.
Dermatologist Melissa K. Levin, MD, FAAD, founder of Entière Dermatology in New York City, describes the gel-cream as having a "elegant, lightweight, gel consistency that moisturises without feeling heavy." According to Dr. Levin, the gel-cream is "chock-full of hyaluronic acid, a favourite dermatologist humectant," and it has "an elegant, lightweight, gel consistency."